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11 Archival description results for Leet

11 results directly related Exclude narrower terms

Court Leet records

The records are mainly in Latin until 1624. The Court Leet strictly belonged to the Bishop, and later to the King, as Lord of the Manor, but was leased to the Mayor and burgesses.

West Raynham extent; Raynham leet rolls, accounts, surveys

(1) West Raynham extent, 1284-1285
(2) Raynham leet roll, 1278-1305 (including West Raynham)
(3-13, 20) Raynham leet estreat rolls, with Helhoughton, 1400-1478
(14-16, 19, 21) Raynham estate ministers' accounts 1475-1496
(17) survey or extent, n.d. [14th century], Helhoughton Common mentioned
(18) Raynham corn rents account 1374-1375
(22) Survey, n.d. [15th century]

Haviles Manor; 1189-1925; East Raynham, Norfolk